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Reviewed August 25, 2013

Very good location in the Park
Easy check in and out
Rooms in need for a deep renovation (lobby and restaurant provide a much better experience)
Restaurant was good but you want to book your table very early otherwise you end up like us eating at 9 and leaving at 10.30...

A good break visiting Sequoia Park but given the price rooms would need an upgrade

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 23, 2013

Reception desk wasn't very helpful, walkways around accommodation blocks and site generally very poorly lit. However, rooms were good and the location was stunning. Food expensive, stock up with snacks and drinks before arriving!

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 16, 2013

Second visit to the Wuksachi lodge after 13 years. We love the place, hiking among these amazing sequoias. This lodge is a very convenient place to stay in this national park, away from the crowds. The rooms are quite dated but offer everything you need, and they are spacious. The restaurant is nice, but the food is not exceptional. Surprised that theres is no orange juice at breakfast ...

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 16, 2013

We stayed one night, and overall, everything was fine.

We only had three frustrations:

The first frustration was that we had requested our box lunches be prepared for 11:00am for the following day, the receptionist had made the official request, but the following day, the lunch was not available until 12Noon. Even after the receptionist that morning continued to request the lunch be made. I think it had something to do with when the restaurant people start their shifts and a possible cultural/language/work ethic breakdown between the Reception and the support staff. I think that some people working at this location are not quite familiar with American English and American work Ethic culture. Please make sure that all supporting staff is trained for both. The receptionists were great, no problem with them.

The second frustration was that the sofa bed was slightly broken and very uncomfortable.

The third frustration was there was no air-conditioning.

Other than that, everything was pretty and fine.

Even saw some deer around the lodge.

Room Tip: there was no air-conditioner in our room, during the day it gets a little warm
  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 14, 2013

My wife and I stayed three nights at the lodge last week. After reading some reviews I was wondering what to expect of the lodge. Happy to report that while it is not the St regis for a National park lodge it was quite comfortable, clean and spacious.
We have stayed three times at the Yosemite lodge and this was certainly nicer.
If I could compare to the similar priced property in Yosemite the one item the location lacked was comfortable if any chairs near the lodge buildings . Late afternoon or after dinner I always enjoyed sitting on our patio at the Yosemite lodge .
Here the nearest chairs are at the main building a bit of a schlep away. I suggest having some nice adirondack chairs available.
The restaurant was quite good for a National park and the servers quite helpful with my wife's gluten issues
All in all a great time

Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
Thank DGUTS
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